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Titan Quest: Review @ VoodooExtreme

by Dhruin, 2006-07-11 22:33:00
VoodooExtreme is the latest site to review Iron Lore's Titan Quest, resulting in a score of 8.6/10:
Combat is extremely fluid and familiar to anyone who is a fan of the genre. Point on monster, click button, kill monster. Move mouse in the direction you want to go, and you're there. Hold it down and keep going. Titan Quest is very easy at first (the only challenging moments in Normal difficulty come near the end), but in Epic and Legendary mode, tactics do come into play. You can pull monsters out of a pack with a spell or arrow, kite around bosses and do more than just run in and kill everything. Sure, mass destruction is fun at first, but after around 20 hours of not dying, it's fun to actually be challenged. Case in point: I died seven times in Normal difficulty mode over the span of 30-hours. In Epic, I died seven times in the hour. Titan Quest uses a series of markers that save your progress, so there's no real downtime to speak of should your hero fall. There are manual saves as well, although it will still load you up at the closest marker.

Information about

Titan Quest

SP/MP: Single + MP
Setting: Fantasy
Genre: Hack & Slash
Platform: PC
Release: Released